A sneak peek at the latest cars to be showcased in the magnificent rotunda of the Pall Mall clubhouse.
Produced in 1965, chassis number BA4 0106 is distinctive in that, of all the models, it is the only right-hand-drive example.
Represented the height of sophistication, speed and style, allowing the normally chauffeured classes an alternative.
Powered by the race-proven Ford 1.6L EcoBoost engine and with a carbon-fibre monocoque chassis.
There can be few individual cars that have had so much influence on British motor sport as this particular Jaguar XK120.
Stamped with Scuderia Ferrari number 46, this car participated in the campaigns of 1935.
This Subaru Impreza Group A rally car was driven to victory by Colin McRae in the 1996 Rallye Catalunya.
Only seven of these Spyders can be commissioned, each being individually tailored to the choice of its customer.
MG Metro 6R4 Group B World Rally Car C870 EUD as driven by Tony Pond on the 1986 Monte Carlo Rally.
A fearless design philosophy has led to the DB11’s iconic looks, while familiar elements have evolved such as the iconic radiator.
Chassis Z11327 was manufactured early in 1935 and was fitted with an ST44 saloon body.
A six cylinder model of 3.7 litres which completed the Peking to Paris Endurance Rally earlier this summer.
Bullet is Bristol Car's celebration of 70 years of sophisticated luxury motoring.
Chassis 60 (564) is a very rare early pre-production Jaguar E-type.
The car that steered James Hunt to the title was a McLaren M23, designed by Gordon Coppuck.
Aston Martin introduced the Vanquish model at the Geneva Motor Show in 2001.
The 1936 Bentley Pacey-Hassan is the epitome of that rare breed of fast, powerful racing Bentleys.
The Brabham-Repco BT24 was a Formula 1 racing car and was one of three cars used by the Brabham racing team.
The Challenge is a 4.5 litre, V8 track-only race car producing 620 bhp.